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Gorontalo Development Review
Published by Universitas Gorontalo
ISSN : 26145170     EISSN : 26151375     DOI : -
Core Subject : Economy,
Gorontalo Development Review (GOLDER) adalah Jurnal yang dipublikasi oleh Fakultas Ekonomi Universitas Gorontalo. GOLDER diharapkan dapat membantu pemangku kepentingan dan pengusaha serta akademisi dalam hal melahirkan berbagai kebijakan yang di peruntukkan bagi pengembangan pembangunan daerah sehingga dapat berpengaruh terhadap ketimpangan ekonomi dan sosial yang ada pada masyarakat Provinsi Gorontalo.
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Articles 56 Documents
The ARIMA Box-Jenkins Method has been used to Predict the Price of Large Curly Red Chilis Yustirania Septiani; Vinca Ayu Setyowati
Gorontalo Development Review Volume 4 Nomor 2 Oktober 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (406.334 KB) | DOI: 10.32662/golder.v0i0.1516

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Chili is one of the potential commodities based on market demand and high economic value. The price of chili has fluctuated every month so that this commodity contributes to inflation in food that can affect overall general inflation. Thus, an analysis of forecasting prices for large curly red chili is needed so thar people and farmers do not need to worry and can prepare for future risks. Price forecasting in this study uses the Box-Jenkins ARIMA method. The data used is the price of lare curly red chili prices from December 2015 to April 2020. The data to be analyzed is then made into several forms of the ARIMA model and one will be chosen as the best ARIMA model. Based on the results of the study, ARIMA (1,1,3) is the best model. Thus the forecast results obtained for the price of large curly red chili in Magelang City from May 2020 to February 2021. With this research it is expected ti be able to assist the Depasrtment of Industry and Trade of Magelang City in making decisions related to the price of lare curly red chilli which fluctuates every year.
Plantation Economic Potential for enhancing Community Income Diar Tangke; Dynne Andriany
Gorontalo Development Review Volume 4 Nomor 2 Oktober 2021
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In Assilulu village, Central Maluku district, the goal of this research was to determine the economic potential of plantations and approaches for increasing farmers' income. Qualitative methods and SWOT analysis tools also applied. The analysis indicated that the economic potential of plantations based on classical production factors was not maximized in terms of quantity of vegetable produce, and that the revenue earned from production could meet the demands of farmers. Farms are in quadrant II of the SWOT analysis, indicating that they have strength but have significant obstacles, so the recommendation is to implement a strategy.
Sectoral Potential Analysis In Economic Development Planning Rismayanti Rismayanti
Gorontalo Development Review Volume 4 Nomor 2 Oktober 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (169.143 KB) | DOI: 10.32662/golder.v0i0.1736

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This study purpose to determine the basic sectors and potential economic sector for the economy of Kendari City during 2014-2020, as well as to determine the suitability between the development focus of Kendari City with the leading sector and its potential sector. The analytical tools used are Location Quotient Analysis to know the basic sectors, Shift Share Analysis, and Klassen Typology to know potential and competitive economic sectors in Kendari City. Meanwhile, to determine the suitability of the development focus, descriptive analysis was used.Location Quotient analysis results show that out of 17 sectors, only 3 sectors are non-basic sectors (does not have a comparative advantage) namely agriculture, mining, and government administration. While the other 14 sectors are classified as economic base sectors in Kendari City. The sector with the largest LQ Index is the corporate services sector and the smallest is the mining sector.The results of shift-share analysis and Klassen typology show that there are potential economic sectors and have competitive advantages (competitive), namely the agriculture, mining, electricity procurement, government administration, and health services sectors. The developed but depressed sectors in Kendari City are the processing industry, construction, trade, corporate services, and other services. Meanwhile, 3 sectors are classified as relatively underdeveloped sectors, namely the clean water supply and waste management sector, accommodation, and real estate provision.The results of the descriptive analysis show that of the 3 sectors that focus on the development of Kendari City, there is one sector that is not following the results of the potential sector analysis, namely the infrastructure sector, in this case, the construction and real estate sectors.
The Effect of Corporate Sukuk and Sharia Mutual Funds On Economic Growth In Indonesia Desmillasari Ramadhani Andriza; Reny Fitriana Kaban; Hidajat Sofjan Widjaja
Gorontalo Development Review Volume 4 Nomor 2 Oktober 2021
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This research aims to determine the effect of corporate sukuk and Sharia mutual funds on economic growth in Indonesia. Using quantitative method, secondary data were obtained from OJK's financial quarterly reports and Central Statistics Agency for period the 1st quarter of 2013 to the 4th quarter of 2020. The results showed that partially corporate sukuk had a positive and significant effect on economic growth Sharia mutual funds had a positive but insignificant effect to economic growth in Indonesia. However corporate sukuk and Sharia mutual funds simultaneously had a positive and significant effect on economic growth in Indonesia.  Although partially Sharia mutual funds have a little effect on economic growth in Indonesia, the socialization needs to be improved so that the public will know more about Sharia mutual funds and they are interested to invest in this financial instrument.
Sugar Commodity in Gorontalo: Production, Export, Import, Pricing and Distribution System Supandi Rahman; Rifadli D. Kadir
Gorontalo Development Review Volume 4 Nomor 2 Oktober 2021
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This research is directed to find out more about sugar activities in Gorontalo Province by exploring more deeply about Production, Export, Information, Pricing and Distribution Systems at PT. PG Gorontalo Tolangohula Unit. Using qualitative research methods that aim to systematically describe the facts and characteristics of the object or subject being studied appropriately. The results of the study found that the development of sugar production for Large Plantations (PB) and People's Plantations (PR) in Gorontalo tended to fluctuate, sugar exports from Gorontalo abroad did not yet exist, because sugar production was still needed for the needs of Gorontalo Province and its surroundings, namely North Sulawesi and Central Sulawesi Province, to determine the price of sugar refers to the main decision of the Surabaya Board of Directors, of course taking into account several factors, including production which will determine the cost of goods sold from the factory, and in the market, for the system of selling sugar from the factory to the hands of the community is through the auction system.
Educational Background and Gender Factors Affecting Sales Turnover of SMEs Sugar Ants Entrepreneur Titis Nistia Sari; Dabella Yunia; Edy Arisondha
Gorontalo Development Review Volume 4 Nomor 2 Oktober 2021
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The purpose of this study was to determine the influence of educational background and gender on the sales turnover of UKM Sugar Ant Entrepreneurs. The method used is SEM PLS 3 with a population of 50 respondents of SMEs Sugar Ant Entrepreneurs. The results of the study found that educational background had a positive effect on sales turnover of SMEs Sugar Ant Entrepreneurs, while gender did not have a positive effect on sales turnover of SMEs Sugar Ants Entrepreneurs. So, the Sugar Ant Entrepreneurs who are in Lebak Banten in obtaining sales turnover are not determined by gender itself, but are determined by educational background
Government Policy Overview of the Total Unemployment Rate in East Java 2001-2021: Evidence Vector Error Correction Model Approach Sahril Kamal; Lutfi Asnan Qodri
Gorontalo Development Review Volume 5 Nomor 2 Oktober 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32662/golder.v0i0.2123

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This article aims to provide a summary of local governments' strategies as well as long- and short-term perspectives on the effects of East Java Province's population growth rate and Human Development Index on unemployment. This article's technique involves analyzing the impact of the dependent variable on the independent variable using parametric quantitative methodologies. In order to see both the short- and long-term consequences, an analysis of the Vector Error Correction Model is employed as the analytical model. The findings indicate that the Human Development Index and population growth rate have a short-term negative impact on unemployment in the province of East Java. In contrast, population growth in East Java Province has a beneficial effect on the rise in unemployment when considered over the long term. The Millennial Job Center and other programs are a long-term answer to the problem of unemployment in the province of East Java
Bibliometric Analysis: Debt Literacy for Reducing Over-Debt and Poverty Alleviation Nur Hidayat; Hikmatul Hasanah
Gorontalo Development Review Volume 5 Nomor 2 Oktober 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32662/golder.v0i0.2365

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After the 2008 financial crisis, research on topics related to debt literacy gradually intensified. However, there were only 251 articles that looked at debt literacy between 1985 to 2020. Scholars' interest in identifying the cause of the Lehman Brothers collapse has skyrocketed since it happened. The biggest contributing factor is allegedly a lack of financial knowledge. The dimensions relating to debt literacy can be solved and mapped using this bibliometric methodology. Using Vos-viewer software and publish or perish can assist determine it. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs Publication Background Notes Series has nine publications, and the International Journal of Consumer Studies has eight. These two publications account for the majority of all publications. Cwynar, Gathergood, and Lusardi are three researchers who are involved in and concerned about the subject of debt literacy. With 97 publications, the United States is the largest publishing nation overall. Gender, adulthood, household finances, financial management, financial knowledge, financial aptitude, and excessive debt are all relevant topics for future research in the area of debt literacy.
Analysis of Provincial Poverty in Indonesia (Case Study: Before the Covid 19 Pandemic and During the Covid 19 Pandemic) Sri Nathasya Br Sitepu
Gorontalo Development Review Volume 5 Nomor 2 Oktober 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32662/golder.v0i0.2385

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Poverty uses three measurements, namely: the percentage of poor people (P0), the depth index (P1) and the severity index (P2). Poverty in 2018-2019 has decreased where the Covid 19 Pandemic has not yet occurred in Indonesia. After the Covid-19 Pandemic (2020-2021) there was a restriction on population mobility, thereby reducing income and having an impact on poverty. The object of research uses all provinces in Indonesia. Poverty data is sourced from the Central Statistics Agency and the Covid 19 Task Force. The purpose of the study is to compare poverty and the COVID-19 pandemic in every province in Indonesia. This study uses descriptive statistical analysis using data from 2019 and 2020. The results found five provinces with a high rate of COVID-19 cases including: West Java, Central Java, East Java, North Sumatra, and DI. Yogyakarta. The five provinces with the highest COVID-19 cases experienced an increase in poverty during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic
The Potency of the Tumih Village Farmer Community's Participation in the Agricultural Development Planning Strategy Surti Surti; Syahrial Shaddiq; Ahmad Suhaimi; Muhammad Helmy Abdillah
Gorontalo Development Review Volume 5 Nomor 2 Oktober 2022
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32662/golder.v0i0.2389

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In Tumih Village, Wanaraya District, Barito Kuala Regency, South Kalimantan Province, this study attempts to assess the strategy and growth of the agricultural sector as well as the level of community engagement in relation to agriculture. The settlement of Tumih itself has excellent potential for agriculture, particularly rice production. The analytical technique used employs the Strength Field Analysis approach to identify development plans and Participation Strength Analysis to identify the level of community involvement in agriculture in Tumih Village while determining the agricultural sector's strategy. The analysis' findings indicate that the key influencing elements for agricultural development plans in Tumih Village are the availability of human resources in the agricultural sector, particularly in the case of rice, and the farmers' receptivity to new technology. A hindrance in Tumih Village is the absence of irrigation and agricultural technologies. With only 36.5 percent, the assessment of the level of community involvement in planning for agricultural growth is still insufficient.